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23rd Apr '17 9:10:43 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''LightNovel/SuzumiyaHaruhi'' novels there is one instance of Nagato sending Kyon and Asahina three years forward in time in what Kyon experiences as an instant.

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* In the ''LightNovel/SuzumiyaHaruhi'' ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' novels there is one instance of Nagato sending Kyon and Asahina three years forward in time in what Kyon experiences as an instant.
23rd Apr '17 9:10:01 AM nombretomado
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* In ''LightNovel/SuzumiyaHaruhi'' novels, whenever Kyon is time traveling, he has to close his eyes because it makes him so sick he could puke. The reader doesn't learn much of what is happening, but the hints sound like a version of [[OurWormholesAreDifferent Wormhole Time Travel]].

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* In ''LightNovel/SuzumiyaHaruhi'' ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' novels, whenever Kyon is time traveling, he has to close his eyes because it makes him so sick he could puke. The reader doesn't learn much of what is happening, but the hints sound like a version of [[OurWormholesAreDifferent Wormhole Time Travel]].
22nd Feb '17 6:39:52 AM ChronoLegion
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* Franchise/ArrowVerse handles time travel this way. When [[SuperSpeed speedsters]] time travel, they run fast enough to resonate with the Speed Force and enter it (which looks like a wormhole), at which point they can visualize where and when they want to go and appear there. The method used by the Time Masters involves jumping into the time stream (which appears like a different wormhole) and traveling through it to their destination.

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* Franchise/ArrowVerse handles time travel this way. When [[SuperSpeed speedsters]] time travel, they run fast enough to resonate with the Speed Force and enter it (which looks like a wormhole), at which point they can visualize where and when they want to go and appear there. The method used by the Time Masters involves jumping into the time stream (which appears like a different wormhole) and traveling through it to their destination.
destination. Only the former method attracts [[ClockRoaches Time Wraiths]], though.
22nd Feb '17 6:39:19 AM ChronoLegion
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* Franchise/ArrowVerse handles time travel this way. When [[SuperSpeed speedsters]] time travel, they run fast enough to resonate with the Speed Force and enter it (which looks like a wormhole), at which point they can visualize where and when they want to go and appear there. The method used by the Time Masters involves jumping into the time stream (which appears like a different wormhole) and traveling through it to their destination.
22nd Feb '17 6:32:52 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/{{Timeless}}'' uses this version. Two times machines exist: the Lifeboat (the prototype three-person pod) and the larger Mothership (a sleek [=iPod=]-looking sphere that can fit 8-10 people). The wormhole is never shown, except on a diagram. Only a few people are trained to pilot a time machine, and precise navigation (both temporal and spacial) is required.
23rd Dec '16 10:54:13 AM TheMysteriousTroper
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** And once the Epoch becomes an airship, it even accelerates to a high speed immediately before time-warping, making the way it works appear almost exactly the same as Back to the Future's flying DeLorean.

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** And once the Epoch becomes an airship, it even accelerates to a high speed immediately before time-warping, making the way it works appear almost exactly the same as Back to the Future's flying DeLorean.[=DeLorean=].
22nd Oct '16 5:46:16 PM eroock
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Examples of this version of time travel:

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22nd Oct '16 5:41:51 PM eroock
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->"''I'm standing at the time portal, which scientists say, follows 'Franchise/{{Terminator}}' rules. That is, it's one way only and you can't go back. This is in contrast to, say, 'Franchise/BackToTheFuture' rules, where back and forth is possible, and of course 'Film/{{Timerider|TheAdventureOfLyleSwann}}' rules, [[TimeyWimeyBall which are just plain silly.]]''"

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->"''I'm ->''"I'm standing at the time portal, which scientists say, follows 'Franchise/{{Terminator}}' rules. That is, it's one way only and you can't go back. This is in contrast to, say, 'Franchise/BackToTheFuture' rules, where back and forth is possible, and of course 'Film/{{Timerider|TheAdventureOfLyleSwann}}' rules, [[TimeyWimeyBall which are just plain silly.]]''"]]"''
5th Oct '16 11:52:46 AM Cranberries
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': Robots control the ability to travel through a computer in their arm. When the coordinates are set and the device is activated, electricity bursts around the travelers, light flashes and swallows them into a purple and green tunnel. This tunnel sucks the travelers in like a raging whirlpool, and then spits them back out into their destination. First timers always come out screaming in terror.
5th Oct '16 12:13:19 AM Cranberries
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According to this theory, time is like a videocassette ([[WhatAreRecords for those of you born after 1995, videocassettes are what we played movies on back in the dark days before [=DVDs=]]]). Normally, time is on "play" and traveling backwards or forwards is like pushing "rewind" or "fast-forward": you can see other people and events playing quickly forwards or backwards around you. This theory originated in H.G. Wells' ''Literature/TheTimeMachine'' (which obviously predated the videocassette, but it's still a good analogy).

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According to this theory, time is like a videocassette ([[WhatAreRecords for those of you born after 1995, 2000, videocassettes are what we played movies on back in the dark days before [=DVDs=]]]). Normally, time is on "play" and traveling backwards or forwards is like pushing "rewind" or "fast-forward": you can see other people and events playing quickly forwards or backwards around you. This theory originated in H.G. Wells' ''Literature/TheTimeMachine'' (which obviously predated the videocassette, but it's still a good analogy).
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